Pitch us, Pittsburgh

We’re getting closer to putting our spotlight on Pittsburgh, and there’s quite a bit going on behind the scenes. We’ve been spending a ton of time chatting with folks who are on the ground in the city, and we’ve had a great time learning and listening,

What Is the LRAD Sound Cannon?

Protests in Ferguson, Missouri have reached a terrifying fever pitch , and the ludicrously armed Ferguson Police Department is bringing all its crowd-control weapons to bear, tear gas , stun grenades, rubber bullets, you name it. One of the more controversial of those is the LRAD Sound Cannon.

How The White House Is Leading The National Effort On Civic Innovation

Silicon Valley, Uncle Sam needs you! No, I’m not talking about just your checkbook. Many of us who work in tech and live in California are accustomed to calls from candidates and campaigns asking for money every couple of years. But this request is much different.

The Clinton Campaign Taps Silicon Valley Talent As 2016 Approaches

The Clinton campaign’s CTO, Stephanie Hannon is a former Google executive, meaning that she is well-versed in the arcana of Silicon Valley. Hannon’s job — assemble a world-class technology team on the fly, build a broad set of technology products that help the campaign win,

This Week in Apps: Spotify debuts a Clubhouse rival, Facebook tests Audio Rooms in US, Amazon cuts A

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app industry continues to grow, with a record 218 billion downloads and $143 billion in global consumer spend in 2020.

Investors say Eindhoven poised to become Netherlands’ No. 2 tech hub

Our survey respondents said Eindhoven might not immediately spring to mind as a high-tech hub, but the Netherlands city is keen to position itself as a center for deep tech in Europe.

Daily Crunch: Spotify and Ford make acquisitions

Hello friends and welcome to Daily Crunch, bringing you the most important startup, tech and venture capital news in a single package.

Extra Crunch roundup: influencer marketing 101, spotting future unicorns, Apple AirTags teardown

We're off today to celebrate the Juneteenth holiday in the United States. I hope you have a safe and relaxing weekend.

Perspectives on tackling Big Tech’s market power

The need for markets-focused competition watchdogs and consumer-centric privacy regulators to think outside their respective ‘legal silos’ and find creative ways to work together to tackle the challenge of big tech market power was the impetus for a couple of fascinating panel discussions organized by the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR),

Mediflash is a freelancer marketplace for health professionals

Meet Mediflash, a new French startup that wants to improve temp staffing in healthcare facilities, such as nursing homes, clinics and mental health facilities. The company positions itself as an alternative to traditional temp staffing agencies.

Owning the paycheck is the key to fintech success

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This week, Natasha and Danny, otherwise known as your two new favorite Book influencers (inside joke, you’ll get if you listen to the show),

Apple’s latest accessibility features are for those with limb and vocal differences

Apple announced a batch of accessibility features at WWDC 2021 that cover a wide variety of needs, among them a few for people who can’t touch or speak to their devices in the ordinary way. With Assistive Touch, Sound Control, and other improvements,

Ledger raises $380 million for its crypto hardware wallet

French startup Ledger has raised a $380 million Series C funding round led by 10T Holdings. Following today’s funding round, the company has reached a valuation of $1.5 billion. Other investors in the funding round include existing investors Cathay Innovation, Draper Associates, Draper Dragon,

Growth marketing amid the pandemic: An interview with Right Side Up’s Tyler Elliston

We caught up with Tyler Elliston, founder of growth marketing firm Right Side Up and occasional contributor at TechCrunch, about his experiences and what he’s seeing as we exit the pandemic.

avast!:Windows XP比Windows 7危险六倍

Windows XP马上就要失去官方支持了,国内安全和PC厂商都在忙着向用户保证会继续支持,而国外同行似乎更愿意鼓励大家升级。avast!今天将发布报告称,微软停止支持会给Windows XP造成严重的安全隐患,一定要速速更新啊!    



名称不变,下一代Nexus依旧会是Android 5.0的标杆

根据loadthegame的消息,今年Nexus的新款产品在名称上也许不会有变化,将依然叫做Nexus 5(2014)。在上周摩托罗拉的发布会上,我们并没有看到新一代Nexus设备。

Uber CEO: We'll Run Your Errands

mpicpp writes with Uber's latest plans for expansion. The future of Uber is about pharmacies and rickshaws. So says CEO Travis Kalanick. One of several avenues for expansion is in a category of delivery that's about running errands. "In Los Angeles, we're doing something called Uber Fresh,

Hyperloop startup wants a 5-mile track by 2018

Many have dismissed the Hyperloop as a fantasy project that — at best — lies somewhere in the distant futureBut one of the groups vying to build the super-fast transit system says it has plans to build a five-mile test track in California — by 2018.See also:


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三星将为高通生产骁龙820芯片 采用14纳米制程

北京时间1月14日消息,三星电子本周四宣布,将为高通大规模生产骁龙820(Snapdragon 820)移动芯片,采用14纳米芯片制程生产。三星在声明中表示,制造高通骁龙820芯片的技术和制造Exynos芯片的技术是一样的。三星没有透露与高通合作的详情,也没有谈到交易的规模。2012年12月时,曾有传言称三星会为高通独家生产骁龙820芯片,芯片将用在Galaxy S7手机上,从2016年4月开始正式生产。

不要被表象迷惑:PC 不会死,反而会活得好好的!

过去的 2015 年对 PC 市场来讲是不平静的一年,这也是注定之中的,但是 PC 市场还没糟糕到即将消亡的地步。PC 市场的现状比那些所谓的分析人士所说的好得多。 看衰 PC 市场源于 Gartner 和 IDC 两份关于 PC 市场的报告, 报告表明全球 PC 出货量分别下降了 8% 和 10.4%。只看数据的话,PC 市场的现状确实不容乐观。 但是如果仔细研究数字所代表的意义,以及得出这一数据上下语境,那么你就会发现 PC 将死之类的言论言过其实了。 不出意外,两份报告提到的「全球 PC 市场」由多个动态的部分组成,一个简单的数字不足以反映整个 PC 市场的现状。

Android滑动事件冲突(上) - Vonnie_Jade

首先,我们假设这样一个场景:一个ViewPager里面嵌套一个ViewPager,内部滑动方向和外部滑动方向一样时,该怎么解决这一冲突呢? 针对滑动冲突这里给出两种解决方案:外部拦截法,内部拦截法。 外部拦截法 外部拦截法是指点击事件都先经过父容器的拦截处理,如果父容器需要此拦截事件,就拦截,不需要

C“中断” 与 JS“回调” 横向对比 - batsing


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